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231 Pa. Code Rule 1920.74. Form of Motion for Appointment of Master. Order.

Rule 1920.74. Form of Motion for Appointment of Master. Order.

 (a)  The motion for appointment of a master shall be substantially in the following form:

 (Caption)
MOTION FOR APPOINTMENT OF MASTER

 


(Plaintiff) (Defendant) moves the court to appoint a master with respect to the following claims:


( ) Divorce( ) Equitable Division of Marital Property
( ) Annulment( ) Counsel Fees
( ) Alimony( ) Cost and Expenses
( ) Other: 

   and in support of the motion states:

   (1) Discovery (is) (is not) complete as to the claim(s) for which the appointment of a master is requested.

   (2) The non-moving party (has) (has not) appeared in the action (personally) (by his or her attorney,


, Esquire).

   (3) The statutory ground(s) for divorce (is) (are)


.

   (4) If the master’s appointment is for resolution of a divorce, an annulment, or ancillary claims, the parties have complied with Pa.R.C.P. Nos. 1920.31, 1920.33, and 1920.46, as applicable.

   (5) Check and complete the applicable prargraph(s):

        (a) The action is not contested.

        (b) An agreement has been reached with respect to the following claims:


.

        (c) The action is contested with respect to the following claims:


.

   (6) The action (involves) (does not involve) complex issues of law or fact.

   (7) The hearing is expected to take


(hours) (days).

   (8) Additional information, if any, relevant to the motion:


.
Date:

Attorney for (PLAINTIFF) (DEFENDANT)   

 (b)  The order appointing a master shall be substantially in the following form:

 

   (Caption)
ORDER APPOINTING MASTER

   AND NOW,


, 20
,
, Esquire, is appointed master with respect to the following claims:
.

 BY THE COURT:

 




MOVING PARTY NON-MOVING PARTY
Name:
Name:
Attorney’s Name:
Attorney’s Name:
Attorney’s Address:
Attorney’s Address:


Attorney’s Telephone #:
Attorney’s Telephone #:
Attorney’s E-Mail:
Attorney’s E-Mail
Party’s Address and Telephone # if Party’s Address and Telephone # if
not represented by counsel:
not represented by counsel:





   Official Note

   See Pa.R.C.P. No. 1920.51(a)(1)(ii) for the issues and claims for which the court may appoint a master. It is within the discretion of the court to determine the point at which a master should be appointed in a case.

Source

   The provisions of this Rule 1920.74 adopted January 28, 1983, effective July 1, 1983, 13 Pa.B. 677; amended October 31, 2002, effective immediately, 32 Pa.B. 5632; amended June 30, 2018, effective January 1, 2019, 48 Pa.B. 4960; amended June 3, 2019, effective October 1, 2019, 49 Pa.B. 3059. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (394413) to (394415).



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